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Michael Vick's Unlikely Friendship | ThePostGame
Wayne Pacelle, CEO of the Humane Society, describes his unlikely friendship with Michael Vick in a new book.

Breaking down the TEs: Philadelphia - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Brent Celek is not one of Michael Vick's favorite targets. He was terrific in 2009 as a receiver, but just didn’t get the opportunities with Vick behind center. Vick loves his wide receivers -- for good reason -- and the Eagles’ offensive line often needed help from Celek in protection.

2011 Eagles Offseason Guide: Offensive Line — McNabb or Kolb | Philadelphia Eagles Blog
This is the fifth in a series of posts breaking down the Eagles position by position in advance of the upcoming draft and (hopefully) free agency. Today we’ll examine the offensive line.

Eagles linebacker Jamar Chaney working out in South Philadelphia -
Want to know how Jamar Chaney's offseason is going and whether the second-year Eagle has what it takes to supplant Stewart Bradley as next season's starting middle linebacker?

Cops Do What Ellis Hobbs Couldn't, Catch Kenny Britt
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt was arrested on three charges Tuesday afternoon after a car chase in his hometown of Bayonne, N.J., has learned.

Eagles Draft at a Glance: SS up for grabs
In this Eagles Draft at a Glance, Reuben Frank says that Nate Allen, healing from a season-ending knee injury, will be the starting free safety, but the strong safety position is up for grabs.

Cincinnati OL Jason Kelce to visit Rams, Eagles | National Football Post
University of Cincinnati offensive guard-center Jason Kelce has made a full recovery from an appendectomy and is back up to 290 pounds, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation. He has been visting NFL teams, meeting with the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals. And he has upcoming visits this week with the St. Louis Rams and the Philadelphia Eagles.